Almost one-quarter of the global population will face a water crisis of some kind. Corporate leaders can play a big part in tackling these problems; here's a guide.
Installing solar panels in the Sahara desert in North Africa could provide renewable energy to millions of Europeans at low cost to the environment.
More than 1 million species worldwide are at risk of extinction, and freshwater species are particularly threatened.
From coral bleaching and rising sea levels to increased marine heatwaves and more powerful storms, climate change is destroying our ocean ecosystems - harming people just as much as the f...
Residents of Zimbabwe's Bulawayo are being made to live without running water as the extended drought hampers the town's water resources.
After severe drought and extreme temperatures, the fire season in Australia this year has brought unprecedented deforestation.
With South African temperatures rising at twice the global average rate, drought is ruining crops - in turn killing animals which fuel the safari industry.
Beavers were hunted to extinction in England centuries ago but have returned in a river in the southwest where researchers are trying to understand if they have a positive or negative eff...
There’s a wellspring of support for the removal of outdated dams from America’s rivers, which lets the water flow free once more.
Bushfires raging in the states of New South Wales and Queensland have emitted 250 million tonnes of CO2. Experts say climate change is fuelling extreme weather.
The landless Oraon minority of northwest Bangladesh have traditionally earned a living labouring in local paddy fields, but are struggling as that work dries up due to water shortages.
Seven of the top 10 countries with the highest displacement by proportion of their population were developing island states, largely in the Pacific and the Caribbean, the report found.
Seawater Solutions is using saltmarshes to grow salt-resistant plants like samphire, which is growing from gourmet garnish to mainstream meal.
Lake Chad has shrunk to a tenth its size, with climate change one of the factors. This has a huge impact on the lives of people dependent on it for food and water. A local explains.
If emissions continue to rise, by 2100 over 7.2 billion people will be exposed to food shortages.